: Paul S. Taylor, tape recorded interview conducted in 1970 by Suzanne B. Riess for the Regional Oral History Office, etc. Primarily comments on graduate work in economics, University of California, Berkeley, 1919-1922; faculty members; interest in labor economics; Berkeley fire, 1923; teaching at University of California; study of Mexican agricultural laborers; association with Dorothea Lange in California State Emergency Relief Administration working with migratory laborers; work in Research Division of the Social Security Board; marriage to Dorothea Lange; interest in water problems, particularly the 160 acre limitation issue; loyalty oath controversy at the University; Dorothea Lane's photographic work for the War Relocation Authority.Call Number
: BANC MSS 74/164 c:1; Phonotape 313 A Rights
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